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Parents of Kids 5 & Under

They say the first 5 years of your child’s life is the most crucial. No pressure, right? Let’s navigate these critical years together, which can sometimes include your child learning how to operate a smartphone before they take their first steps.
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Parents of Kids 6-8

Hooray! Your children are learning how to read. Everything. Including what they see on screens. There’s no better time than now to start the tech talks.
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Parents of Kids 9-11

Some of your kids have smartphones. Some do not. Both situations are understandable. Above all, let’s support each other as we embrace these fleeting tween years.
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Parents of Kids 12-13

Hold on to your hats. Your tweens are becoming teens in an era like no other. We are the first generation of parents to parent teens in a world in which kids hit like, swipe right, and send “disappearing” (not really) nudes. We can do hard things together.
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Parents of Kids 14-15

As you support your teen’s growing independence, you will also be faced with issues that your parents never dreamed of. This is the place to discuss, share, and find support for parenting teens in a tech world.
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Parents of Kids 16+

They’re not out of the house (yet) and they need you now more than ever. Share what works for your family and what challenges you face so we can help our older teens blossom into wise, strong, and capable young adults.
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Help with Bark

Have questions about Bark? Need help? We are here for you.
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Flip Phones Only

For parents who aren’t ready for their kids to have a smartphone.
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Android Is the Best!

When it comes to keeping your child safer online, Androids provide a better user experience than iPhones and more comprehensive coverage for parents. Want to know why? Click here.
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